After 18 years in Las Colinas and 6 in Fort Worth’s Sundance Square, Taco Diner will permanently close both locations. The upscale taqueria will remain open at the Lake Highlands Town Center and in their original site in West Village.
“We have made the very difficult decision to not renew our lease at our Las Colinas location and want to thank our loyal guests in the Irving community for embracing our style of Mexico City street food,” shared M Crowd reps on a Facebook post Jan. 1. “We have taken steps to ease the closure by finding opportunities for all managers and team members at neighboring restaurants within the M Crowd family and look forward to continued service and great memories in the years to come.”
At one time, Taco Diner was also thriving in Plano, Richardson, Addison, Southlake and Preston Center. Founded in 1999 as a spinoff of the Mi Cocina chain, Taco Diner touts its “recipes passed down from generation to generation or inspired by trips to seek out Mexico’s newest taqueria trends” and calls itself “a true neighborhood hangout.”
The Lake Highlands Town Center Taco Diner has extensive patio seating and offers dine-in or take-out service. You can find a full menu here.